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New EMS law website launched
     The new website will also allow users to browse and order any of PWW’s various products and publications, or to register for upcoming PWW events. (EMS World 7.22.14)

EMT-BasicWoodford County EMS, Versailles (Woodford) KY (7.21.14)

2014 Lake Cumberland Healthcare Symposium Schedule
     The symposium schedule is now available. (7.18.14)

Louisville fire chiefs: Mayor low-balled us for medical service
     Louisville Metro Council members on Wednesday laid the blame in several places for the ongoing debate over cutbacks on suburban emergency medical services. (WAVE 7.17.14)

Medical helicopter crashes in New Mexico; 3 dead
     A medical helicopter flying to pick up a patient crashed into the side of a New Mexico hilltop early Thursday, bursting into flames and killing all three crew members on board, authorities said. (News Observer 7.17.14)

Full-time ParamedicEstill County EMS , Irvine (Estill ) KY (7.17.14)

Former EMT denied bond reduction for second time
     A Radcliff man indicted on multiple sex charges was denied bond reduction for a second time when he attended his motion hearing Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court. (News Enterprise 7.16.14)

Suburban Louisville fire chiefs negotiate over expenses
     Suburban fire chiefs told Louisville Metro Council members they cannot absorb the expense of making thousands of emergency medical runs. (WLKY 7.16.14)

ParamedicBaptist Health La Grange/Oldham County EMS, La Grange (Oldham) KY (7.16.14)

Full-Time Paramedic, Grayson County EMS, Leitchfield (Grayson) KY (7.15.14)

Part-time/PRN Paramedic, Grayson County EMS, Leitchfield (Grayson) KY (7.15.14)

Talks over Louisville fire medical runs to resume
     Mayor Greg Fischer’s administration and suburban fire districts have agreed to reopen negotiations over whether the fire departments will respond to more than the most dire medical calls. (Louisville Courier Journal 7.15.14)

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